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Ose who professed to be superior to pre judice who scouted the idea of the Papacy being hostile to British rights declaring the alarm was raised by those who were con juring a ghost of the past to defeat a wise and desirable legislative measure They x pressed ntire confidence in the majority As serting Protestants would be as
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them to clasp hands with their Catholic neighbours in working out a to clasp hands with their Catholic neighbours in working out a destinv for uebec and all CanadaAbout the PublisherForgott.
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